how do i make my hair curlier ?
well i have type curly hair but if i dont put anything in it at all it gets all frizzy and terrible, my hair is very oily so i have to wash it or else it gets alll nasty and my head starts to hurt really bad, i hate tieying my hair, and i rarely straighten it. and i hope to make it longer.
To make mine curlier, I use a leave in conditioner, or just regular conditioner (just a little bit), and I rub it in and scrunch it for a while then I don't touch it anymore. Mine curls right up. But that could just be my hair, I don't have oily hair, but honestly, unless you have naturally curly hair the only way to make it more curly is to use curlers in your hair at night, or a curling iron, which could get annoying. To fight the frizz, I really just use regular conditioner after I get out of the shower, and rub it in, it doesn't fix it completely, but it helps a lot!
by little J.J6 years ago
How do I stop my hair from being curly when I wake up after straighten it the night beforemy hair is naturally curly, and one night I would take a shower, and I would straighten it the same night, after my hair dries....
by Eric Graudins7 years ago
I was really annoyed when I lost out on winning the pub Trivia quiz by one point. The question was "Where do women mostly have curly hair?". Apparently the correct answer was Africa.cheers,Eric G.
by mintinfo4 years ago
Why do Black women straighten their hair?Is it because of indoctrination, self hatred, brain washing, or too hard to manage otherwise.
by Chitrangada Sharan3 years ago
Do you like straight hair or curly hair? And why?
by Christin Sander5 years ago
How do you keep your wavy/curly hair looking nice in dry winter months?I have wavy/curly hair that looks great all summer - the humidity keeps my curls nice and I just condition it well and let if fall. In the...
by thesingernurse6 years ago
What do you prefer, curly or straight hair?
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.